Shuvalova in the hospital
Actress Olga Shuvalova, who played one of the main roles in the dramatic film “Everyone will die, but I will stay”, was urgently hospitalized in Moscow with poisoning, the Baza Telegram channel reported.
According to the channel, the 37-year-old artist was admitted to one of the capital’s clinics in serious condition. Doctors had to fight for her life. According to the REN TV channel, presumably, the woman was poisoned by drugs.
Sources of the Izvestia newspaper reported that the actress was taken to the toxicology department by ambulance. She arrived there the day before, July 16. Currently, the woman is under the supervision of doctors. RIA Novosti, citing information received at the medical facility, reported that Shuvalova was in a state of moderate severity.
Shuvalova at home
As the Telegram channel Baza wrote, the actress confessed to the medical staff of the hospital that she had tried to commit suicide. The reason was not indicated in the publication.
Shuvalova’s agent Yulia Nazmetova, in a conversation with Gazeta, denied the actress’ suicide attempt. According to Nazmetova, the actress called an ambulance because of problems with pressure – she was very dizzy. The girl simply called an ambulance for herself: pressure, the weather is changing. Head spinning, a small child in the house. What kind of suicide, what are you? – said the agent.
According to Nazmetova, the actress is currently at home with her child. “It’s all right, Olya is at home. Some unscrupulous media workers, people who do not act very nicely, apparently needed a sensation, ”she said.
Shuvalova in the cinema
In addition to the film “Everyone will die, but I will stay”, Shuvalova starred in the series “Streets of Broken Lights” and “Special Forces”. In 2010, she participated in the Cannes Film Festival with the film “My Happiness”. In total, Shuvalova’s filmography includes more than 20 projects. The actress also appeared as the main character in the music video for the song “Girl in the City” by musician Vyacheslav Butusov.
Shuvalova has no acting education. She made her debut in big cinema in 2005, playing the role of a 14-year-old prostitute, a pupil of Ira’s orphanage in Andrey Kravchuk’s film The Italian.
and banned) the actress did on July 1. She posted a selfie with the hashtag: “The young are immortal.” In April, Shuvalova admitted on social networks that the moment had come in her life when she fell in love with herself. “I fell in love sincerely, selflessly, with some kind of aching childishness, or something. My self-worth has risen a lot, and what is immensely pleasant is not at the expense of others, ”wrote the actress.